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with a renewable energy lab and illinois. what is a renewable energy lap? pushing for more spending. china is pushing to invest $50 million on natural-gas. could be starting. we have massive amounts of natural gas, as you know, but the white house is kind of fickle on fracking all of that. in fact, some are saying even a fraction of that. this china think to my you in ambassador john bolton. good to have you back. what do you make of this? obviously china wants in. they are not dump. what do you think they're looking at? >> chinese energy policy is sort of mitt romney's energy policy. all of the above. they had a huge demand for energy. in energy poor country. oil, natural gas, nuclear, you name it and thereaftert. the fact that they're looking at liquefied natural gas for propulsion of vehicles and doing it in this country, it reflects the they're doing it there as well. what are we doing? we have a president hitting stars can be run without gene windmills'. i think the chinese are taking a very practical approach. more practical than our administration, and it worries me. neil: you know
energy boom could power this stock higher when cramer talks to its executive chairman, just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." >>> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow@jimcramer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ departure. hertz gold plus rewards also offers ereturn-- our fastest way to return your car. just note your mileage and zap ! you're outta there ! we'll e-mail your receipt in a flash, too. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ >>> you're going to lo
, but relaxed immigration policy more green energy, and increased spending on energy, period. advance education technology. that has been certainly, a very big heartfelt goal of yours, i'm reading it say, that is the administration's agenda, by and large. so, i guess, and i -- is it fair to say, you like the obama agenda more than you like the republican's agenda because the@ are again almost av u all of th? >> no, in the area of education, i think actual that's is one of the more bipartisan areas right now than most others, the idea that teachers need feedback, and that we need to bring technology in because the coasts are out of control, i think we're make progress in that because it is not that partisan, everyone wants great education. if you look at things like the aids program that gam came in wh the bush administration, that is bipartisan, despite the numeric challenge, i don't think that anybody wants to take aids drugs away from people in energy, i wish we could shift some of the subsidies for any form of energy, and increase research. and i don't think that is a democrat versus republ
'm jackie deangelis. >>> while energy prices creep higher, so does optimism about the recovery in the u.s. housing market. one of the nation's largest home builders say the fundamentals in the real estate turn around are strong, and that an increase in home prices is not a bad thing. >> what we're seeing is that prices are moving up, not because costs are moving up so much, but because demand is getting so strong, we're seeing some freeing up in the mortgage market. so there is some liquidity out there. >> two subsidiaries of is sc capital hedge fund are paying a record amount to settle insider trading charges. the units have agreed to pay more than $600 million to settle claims from the securities and exchange commission over improper trading in two stocks. the s.e.c. said it might still investigate individuals at the firm. >>> on capitol hill today, jpmorgan came under fire at a senate hearing. bank executives were grilled about more than $6 billion in trading losses due to a series of botched trades orchestrated by a trader now infamously known as the london whale. vice-chairman doug
with health experts warning against energy drinks. action they want the fda to take. >> michael finney is taking your questions and will answer them here live in just a few minutes. you can contact michael on facebook.com. and on twitter at m finney. >> taking a look at the san francisco skyway, it's a slow commute into and out of san francisco right now. particularly tough for drivers on the left side of the screen trying to make their way east adros cross the bay bridge. the news >>> a california patrol officer received a top law enforcement award for a heroic deed. he was named nation's top trooper by international association of police cheifs. he was the partner of fallen chp officer ken onyoung storm shot and killed in september 2012. carlton returned fire, killing the gunman ux 36-year-old christopher lacey. the panel said officer carlton explained extreme courage. >> there is uncertainty over the future of a palo alto based pharmaceutical company after it's only product has been pulled off the market. they plan to layoff 75% of the work force after the recall of its anemia drug.
spots here is what we saw managed to close higher yesterday were cyclical areas, semiconductors, energy and we had health care participating in that rally and bristol-myers. 11-year highs on that one. >> they screwed up badly and they bought a drug, not unlike glaxo they had, and it was red wine derivative drug and they fell. i will point out that the macarena is central to the thinking. >> really? >> because i went back and looked at this period november 1996 and was astonished at how everything was going right. everything. that was a time when your pc was powerful enough to be able to get it it so you started getting dial up aol. we had no crises whatsoever. the bob rubin managing the economy, bill clinton getting interest rates down and what we have now is a compliant fed and we've got some good earnings, but i just don't think that we can put on the kind of numbers that -- yes, i'm worried about the nine straight days. >> so you say keep your bat on your shoulder. you say the guys are swinging wildly and that's not our style. you're willing to miss a couple of points. >> we'll look
tap of our own energy resources here, but the boom from fracking makes this much very clear. it is ad goo day when it's the cartels whining about what we're doing and this time how it's costing them. anyway, just how big a deal is this more than a little pinch for opec? let's ask sandra smith and phil flynn. what do you think? >> they'll feel the pinch. this is going to be costly for them to the tune of citigroup has a drastic note in the month of february saying opec finds is challenging to last another 60 years. they are saying we have the ability to be energy independent in the next 20 years. they've even on some of the analysts say in the next five to ten years based on the shale boom here in the united states. we have the ability, according to the intergnarl energy agency, to overtake saudi arabia, the kingpin of oil production for opec in the next five to ten years. neil: that is assuming we keep going with fracking. >> that is assuming the environmentalists don't get in the way or private business still has enough incentive to do this, and that the government doesn't get in the
are watching for 1565. will it happen in the last hour of trading today? and driving this sector, the energy names. a little more on that later in the show. the financials, not only the second-best performer for the week, but also the top performer for the month. there is your spider right there. and it looks like no stress for the stress tests. the big banks are moving higher. the second round. we will have more on that coming up in just a moment. first, let's get right to our floor show. the new york stock exchange, the cme group, and, of course, the nymex. jonathan, our good friend, standing by. i'm curious, as we watch this is so close to this new level, the financials. what do you see? >> absolutely. this market trend higher and higher. like the slow pace of the we are seeing. spread across the board in different sectors. what does this tell me? it tells me, like we have been saying, that this rally is real. we announcing a lot of volatility in the markets. taking baby steps higher and higher. extremely healthy for the markets. over and over we keep seeing that. cheryl: and the economy
and the death counts are actually lower. >>> president obama is leaving the white house to take his energy policy on the road. ktvu's kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau to tell us how this could benefit the bay area. >> reporter: dave, the president wants to give funding to states that produce clean energy. we know the bay area has been innovative when it comes to this. if this passes it could mean more jobs. president obama says since etook office, the u.s. has doubled from wind and solar sources and the u.s. reliance on gas and oil from other countries is at a 20-year low. he says more needs to be done and he's calling on congress. this plan includes investing $23 billion over the -- $2 billion over the next decks aid in energy and research to make it happen. president obama says there's enough natural gas in the u.s. to provide 100 years worth of resources. he says it needs to be tapped in a safe way. president obama is expected to get opposition from republicans when he details this plan this afternoon at a plant in illinois. why some believe it's just one way to tax
. >>> president obama is leaving the white house to take his energy policy on the road. ktvu's kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau to tell us how this could benefit the bay area. >> reporter: dave, the president wants to give funding to states that produce clean energy. we know the bay area has been innovative when it comes to this. if this passes it could mean more jobs. president obama says since etook office, the u.s. has doubled from wind and solar sources and the u.s. reliance on gas and oil from other countries is at a 20-year low. he says more needs to be done and he's calling on congress. this plan includes investing $23 billion over the -- $2 billion over the next decks aid in energy and research to make it happen. president obama says there's enough natural gas in the u.s. to provide 100 years worth of resources. he says it needs to be tapped in a safe way. president obama is expected to get opposition from republicans when he details this plan this afternoon at a plant in illinois. why some believe it's just one way to tax ene
thing we can do is to make sure we control our own energy. so here's what i have done since i have been president, we have increased oil production to the highest levels in 16 years. natural gas production is the highest it's been in decades. stuart: that was the presidential debates. the president taking credit for america's energy boon. in fact, he has stood in the way of that boom, and it's not me that's saying this. it is the congressional research office. their latest report says, quote, direct quote, all the increase in oil and natural gas production from 2007 to 2012 took place on non-federal land. we do indeed have an energy boom, but it is not the result of the administration's policy on the federal land they control. it is the result of private enterprise, getting the oil and gas out of private property. the president slowed down the permitting process on federal land. he restricted offshore drilling. he got in the way of the energy boom. yet in the debate he took the credit. it was clearly good politics. he won the election, but it's lousy policy. if he would just get out of
. in addition, energy continues to look attractive. so, again, a very pro-cyclical stance, but one we think is very appealing from a value situation standpoint. >> okay. and in terms of sectors leading growth, same question to you both. what do you think? >> we're going to add on to that list. things like the regional financials the that have exposure to the reshoring of manufacturing and the energy sector. i think energy drives a lot of interesting peripheral activity. strengthen the rails and other transports, we think will also be beneficiaries here, as well as infrastructure play as well as mlps. >> do you agree with that? >> i like health care, but i also like consumer, and even though the consumer doesn't have as much confidence as they had before, i think in terms of upside versus downside, that's a place that i'm looking. and when you have a company like footlocker that's trading at 5.5 times ebitda, how much lower can it really go? big lots, same thing. there are a lot of these names that have been beaten up that don't have a lot of downside risk, that have a lot of upside potentia
in "the journal" talked about natural gas being low and the energy boom is keeping a lid on inflation which make the dollar stronger for good reasons, not bad. i guess i'm saying i still like the backdrop of the economy more than most and was gratified proctor cooled yesterday, k kimberley cooled. >> there is the sentiment, some anxiety things have been quiet, almost tranquil in a way. >> it's a western? the man who shot liberty prokt sfer. >> invariably something always comes. i don't know whether it will be. geopolitical as we worry or wonder or watch things in iran or north korea. i know. i'm just -- >> 1996. it was pretty darn good for a while. wasn't until the asian contagion, nine months later. >> then we got long term capital, then the fed lowered rates by 50 basis rates. off to the races like never before, ever. that being said, this is 20 13. not 1996. >> we're doing stress testing on banks like we weren't doing back then. we'll get more results tonight. >> we don't have the internet just beginning to blossom. >> no, but we do have situations where -- i'm reading about the el
the latest moves in energy. >> there say lot of momentum here in the energy market and we're looking at brent crude prices that have risen from a three-month low and it looks like the gains that we're seeing in the oil market are mirroring what they're seeing in terms of the rebound in the euro and what we're seeing in the equity markets as well. the cyprus fears seemed to ease quite a bit. we'll continue to watch what will happen in the u.s. supply front when we do get the eia report on inventories out at 10:30 eastern time and we're also watching what's happening in the gold market because that will be susceptible to whatever move the fed will make and many traders anticipating to keep doing what they're doing and gold holding steady here and still above the 1600 level. the key, of course, will be breaking above the 1610 for the settlement and they keep saying that is what is needed to give the bulls the momentum to take gold prices much higher. back to you! sharon epperson for us. a technology company is making its wall street debut today. we're waiting for model n to begin trading and aft
and the june contract is the front month. that takes a little bit of focus, energy away. we also have options expiration, and the battle at the nasdaq around the 28 even level. but also multiple intraday divergence. perfect example, yesterday as the s&ps trading down lower. breath was unwilling to get into new low levels. that difference between advancers and decliners of the new york stock exchange. again, divergent type activity, low energy, very low volatility, but we're seeing a lot of conviction to the upside. >> yep, we certainly are, we see how it all unfolds today. we'll talk to you again soon. >>> still to come on "squawk" this morning, smartphone wars. samsung, apple, blackberry, who will be the ultimate winner? there. i said it. they don't have pictures of my kids. they don't have my yoga mat. and still, i feel at home. could it be the flat screen tv? the not so mini fridge? ♪ the different free dinner almost every weeknight? or maybe, it's all of the above. and all the rest. am i home? nope. but it almost feels that way. homewood suites by hilton. be at home. i work for 47 diffe
is the energy transformation. the other is after the first term where the president never did anything serious about trade, right now, we are on the verge of starting -- well, one started the other. we're going to start two major trade negotiations. one the transpacific negotiation. and the others we're going to start a u.s./european negotiation. this involves something like 60%, 70% of the world's economies. this is potentially a major engine if we can actually get serious about trade. that would help a lot and help compensate for some of the drag that's been introduced by the sequester in some of the other budget cuts. >> the paradigm around this conversation has been so narrow. it's either been tax increases, spending cuts, to haas' point, might not immediately approve it. it might be more environmentally dangerous transporting it by freight and by ship to approve that natural gas exports. the energy department has said we'll not have negative impact on u.s. manufacturing growth, particularly in the middle of the country. do it now. and finally, stop talking only about it in these terms. th
to is here in the united states we have by global standards cheap and plentiful energy, both oil and natural gas, that we have innovation and productivity. the economy is currently producing at an all-time high level in terms of gdp. but with about four million, five million less people employed than before the recession. so the productivity and innovation in the u.s. economy have been very strong. >> so are you putting new money to work, then, jim? how are you allocating capital with all of this? >> i think the key point in equity is to have a plan, have a long-term allocation. you should be up to waiting u.s. equities. if not, you should be moving up. i think the preference for bonds that many investors showed over the last three years will no longer be rewarding because rates can go up as the economy improves. we have already seen that so far in 2013. >> randy, let's talk about the fed and all the other stories. of course, the federal reserve meeting next week. what do you expect them to do, to say? we know that they have pledged to keep interest rates low through 2015. do you think they'
. >> catherine: president obama took his energy message to illinois today-- visiting an energy plant outside chicago. he'll be pressuring congress to pass his energy security trust plan. the president says that new projects at laboratories will suffer if the forced budget cuts continue. and even though the topic was serious. the president used a light touch at one point. >> "i told my girls that i was going into a thermal test chamber and they were pretty excited. i told them i'd come out looking like the hulk.those of you who have chairs - i wasn't sure if everybody had chairs there. please feel free to sit down, i'm sorry. everybody was standing and i thought argonne, you know, one of the effects of the sequester you had to get rid of chairs." [laughter] >> catherine: the white house says the two- billion dollar energy plan would create new jobs and move cars and trucks to clean energy. this is a small plane in near and executive airport near fort lauderdale... we also have a video that was taken right after the crash. the fire, and the black smoke and pieces of the plane is still on fire
costs because of energy more expensive. this is still the biggest market in the world. so great opportunity to do business here but also to export. >> reporter: the treasury secretary is right there behind me. so may get a shot of him as he walks by. he is getting an explanation from one of the plant managesers. we'll sit down here in another hour or so to talk with him and that interview will be airing at 4:15 eastern time this afternoon. dennis, back to you. dennis: thanks for the plug, peter barnes. it has been 587 days since s&p downgraded the u.s. what will that new treasury secretary do to get our aaa credit rating back. peter barnes will ask him at 4:15 eastern. don't miss it. melissa: my next guest think is it is important step to reducing the debt. he likens it to a 500 pound man to lose ten pounds. i love that. kevin brady is joint economic committee. he focused on other debt solutions. he joins me now exclusively. if you hear anything new, innovative or surprising in that hearing today? >> not necessarily surprising except across a very broad idealogical spectrum you'
be the thing that really pulls us out, a new job creation, a new economic stimulus coming from energy. are you in that camp? >> actually i was among those who started that camp. i got on to that bandwagon pretty early. we think gdp could be by 2020 three full percentage points higher than it would be without the oil, the jobs created will be somewhere between 3 million and 4 million new ones that otherwise wouldn't be that. that current account dif set is going to impact positively for the country and positively for the dollar, but the really good news is on the nice gas side. we have a market that stalled out and demand takes a lot of capital expenditures. we're seeing it with a record number of new plans, chemicals, fertilizers, it's going to be a remarkable rebound forestry in the u.s. >> what happened to natural gas prices when all of that demand is built out? do you get back to a level of $5, $6, $7 for natural gas? >> we used to think that. well, we see it actually with producer hedging. 425, lock in the price and it goes up again. the production base is like an accordi accordion. the sh
to fund clean-energy research. in a speech friday, the president laid out his plans, suggesting that the government draw $2 billion from royalties that the government receives for offshore drilling. researchers would attempt to find new ways to lower the cost of cars that run on alternative fuel sources. a closely watched case involving the drug industry will be heard by the supreme court tomorrow. generic drugmakers could soon make it harder for consumers to sue for a drug's side effects. under federal law, generic and brand name drugs are required to have the same warning label. now, generics are attempting to decrease liability over any harmful effects. generic companies say the industry is unable to change the product due to those federal standards. a hidden affordable care act fee is popping up for u.s. employers. the $63 fee will apply to plans covering millions of americans in 2014. it applies to employers who take on workers' medical bills and some private plans sold by insurers. the fee will be smaller in 2015 and 2016. meanwhile, the aca is projected to help 30 million
to protect ourselves from supply shocks? here to answer that is stephen schork, the energy visionary behind the schork report. always pleasure to have you on the show. >> thanks. great to be here. melissa: steven, you and have been talking about oil for years and years and years. i'm shocked to see this day arrive, that eia says we're insulating ourselves from supply shock with our supply oil here at hom isn't that surprising? >> it is quite amazing. comes back down to the old addage in chicks high prices are the -- economicses is best cure for high prices. we innovated, and brought the gas to market can and natural gas, our natural gas is cheapest in the world. 're seeing that take place in the oil markets. it is quite amazi. five years ago, united states was importing 12 1/2 million barrels a day crude oil. today we're importing about 7 1/2 million barrels a day. as you just alluded to, we're producing 7.2. by the end of this year, the united states will be oducing more crude oil an it imports. quite amazing. no one saw this coming just five years ago melissa: no, absolutely. i remember i
our domestic demand. today new technologies have enabled us to access previously inaccessible energy resources, and almost overnight america's energy resource picture flipped from deficit to surplus. in the past five years we've become stronger as a nation through the developed of these god-given resources. as a result we are more competitive. from low income to the high tax brackets, everyone is benefiting. the future's bright but only if we educate the half truths and begin telling the real story of america's natural gas revolution. the stories about technology, private sector innovation, investment, financial risk, thousands of new jobs, new competition, new growth, a growing and better standard of living for more americans, lower energy costs, new industries, a revitalized energy sector, more jobs, more growth, energy security and optimism. this is the story of america's natural gas revolution. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the entleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from illinois seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house
part due to the energy boom that's going on. you know there's a resurgence going on in manufacturing and we saw techdata robe out of total net. lighter and still positive on net, long term and we still have data yet to go, university of michigan sentiment survey about 9:55 eastern. back to you, melissa lee. >> rick santelli, thank you for that. >>> this morning it is jc penney's turn for a depot. the store is announcing boutiques within its stores and here is what ron johnson said about how fresh fits into the company's growth strategy. >> last year we had the same purchase priced dintly and this year we have a lot of new merchandise. joe fresh comes in six weeks and the new jcp is coming out of the ground and we think that will allow us to return to growth. >> a turnaround can't come soon enough. shares of the department chain are down 58% in the past 12 months. do you think joe fresh is the key? the key to the turnaround here? >> i'm focused on joe balance sheet and judge wapner did serious work on the balance sheet and the issues, and, look, i like the joe fresh line. i have never
criticized for being general, not specific. we're pressing him. he has three golden rules for energy. specific ideas. we're going to press him. what's the name of the show? 2:00 eastern. >> closing bell. >> the h lead variety hour. >> fast money is at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. it goes fast because it's so enjoyable. >> we'll see you on street signs. >> thank you. >>> if you're just joining us, good morning. this is cnbc. here's what you may have missed if you're just tuning in. >>> welcome to hour three of "squawk on the street." here's what's happening so far. >> the biggest threat that we're facing in the future is we still have 25 million people underemployed or unemployed. >> february starts the seasonalized, annualized adjusted rate. >> 7500 aircraft ordered this morning. all boeing 757. i think it's a good news day for boeing. >> i don't want to lose sight of the fact that people make money in the market. i don't want to get caught in an obsession with cypress while people make money in the market because then i'm not doing my job. there is a job to be done. would you rather see
. as for the s&p 500, leaders included names like wpx energy, chesapeake energy, and pulte, which has rocketed up. laggards today, e*trade dropping hard, cliff natural resources, and intuitive surgical. also amazon, cutting amazon to neutral and taking down their price target to 300 bucks. finally, the nasdaq. notable movers there included sears, which enjoyed a nice pop. oracle and jds uniphase also higher today. bi bill, back to you. >> we're keeping an eye on those green arrows. we have about 15 minutes left. the dow gaining 75 points. this is the second best rally of the year for the dow right here. and the s&p, just a couple points away right now. >> skperand everybody's wonderi there's this great rotation going on. is there any real signs or evidence that investors are moving money out of stocks into bonds. kathy jones is here next to weigh in. >>> and next, this historic rally is widening the nation's wealth gap. we're not talking about the gap between rich and poor. why millionaires are distancing themselves from the merely affluent, because millionaires are in the market and the others a
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off .07%, sandy. sandra: big week for energy markets as well. oil and natural gas posting strong gains. oil ending the week higher by nearly 2% at 93 lynn $45 a barrel while natural gas scoring a gain of nearly 7%. for the week ending at $3.87 per btu, david. david: dade we had one of the indices, consumer price index, talking about inflation. inflation is heating up but interestingly the 10-year treasury yield fell today. that is usually opposite. when you have more inflation yield goes up. today the yield dropping three basis point moving back below 2%. weird to figure out. >>> well the big streak of wins for the dow is over but your winning streak can keep on going. we have top money managers ready to point you towards profits. we look at the business, yes, that's right, ladies and gentlemen, vice. we have all taken --. sandra: we all have ours. david: in some area in the vice world. we'll take you inside the world of legal prostitution in a while with the owner of the world's most famous moonlight bunny ranch. this place is open 24/7. even has its own helicopter pad. sandra: this i
. >>> and tomorrow on "nightly business report," we'll be looking at the impact of higher energy costs on the consumer price index. we'll learn how confident consumers are right now with the michigan survey out. and we'll get alan greenspan's views on the economy right now. first here's a look at the international markets and how they did today. >>> a big night in the big apple for samsung tonight. it's expected to launch its newest smartphone, the galaxy s4. the company rented radio city music hall for the unveiling. samsung hopes it will help it gain share over apple's popular iphone. apple is still number one with 34% share. samsung has 19%. joining us with more, dennis berman from "the wall street journal." dennis, a lot of hype for this new samsung phone. what's new? what are the bells and whistles? >> of course, the hype -- it's supposed to be unveiled at radio city music hall. they chose a pretty cool venue for it. they're not saying precisely, but there have been some things that leaked out their business speculation. one of the possibilities is perhaps that the phone follows y
francis. thank you very much for the view there from washington. >> there's simon. sand ridge energy is dropping today. the company agreed to give tpg four seats on the board. they have been pushing to oust the ceo and entire board. worried how the company's oil and gas feels will be. the stock is down some 3%. back to you. >> meanwhile, jp morgan's top executives are getting ready to be grilled on capitol hill over their whale losses. plus a big deal for blackberry. who on earth would need a million blackberries? streamline their process? at fidelity, we do it by merging two tools into one. combining your customized charts with leading-edge analysis tools from recognia so you can quickly spot key trends and possible entry and exit points. we like this idea so much that we've applied for a patent. i'm colin beck of fidelity investments. our integrated technical analysis is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >> we don't know a heck of a lot at her personally. we know that her office took part and engine
offer shut down trains. it does not predict earthquakes but detects the first pulses of energy when a fault ruptured. the system is in the pilot stage. >>> 6:17. let's get you moving. sal, i thought you were going to keep the fog off the east shore. >> we're trying to keep it off the east shore but it's in the bay there. it's coming into the east shore, watch for fog to get thicker as you drive through. as a matter of fact, there are no major problems, but it is pretty foggy. the traffic continues to move along relatively well, as you drive to the bay bridge toll plaza. i want to mention the traffic at the toll plaza is getting a little bit more -- a little bit busier. there are no major problems as you drive through. i want to mention a problem in san jose, word of an injury accident northbound 101 at mckee, the two left lanes are blocked, this is a car may be blocking one lane, this is two vehicles involved in this crash, and it's an injury crash, so the police and fire department are on the scene in san jose. northbound 101 at mckee, just reported a few moments ago, and not even
of the energy release of an earthquake. >> came it the real modern family, stressed out parents could be working harder than ever. >> here is jane king with the bloomberg business report. >> good morning, more moms and dads be hard at work and taking care of the kids. the typical american father is spending twice as much time doing housework compared to his dad and women are devoting 21 hours of work compared to eight hours of their mother. less than half of the working parents say they have a good work life balance. >> when parents suggested you be a doctor as a kid that may not be so bad. that is the highest in a group of occupations in terms of overall well-being. transportation workers score the worst. >> rather than furlough workers t.s.a. will focus on a hiring free with across-the-board budget cuts meaning longer lines at airport security. you may notice the impact in time for the memorial day travel weekend. >> samsung is holding a splashy unveiling of the galaxy smartphone today trying to put a bigger dent in iphone sales. that is the bloomberg business report. >> lawmaker in china want
's february ppi. stripping out food and energy. towards 8:30, the fourth quarter current account as for earnings, look for numbers today from clothing retailer aeropostale and krispy kreme doughnuts. we'll seet that can tell us about the state of the u.s. consumer. i expect they're still sucking them down. >>> jack lew make his first appearance as treasury secretary today. he'll highlight the importance of investing in infrastructure, manufacturing and job creation. steve liesman will be travel, jack lew and we'll have a one-on-one interview with the new treasury secretary today at 4:00 p.m. on closing bell. >>> samsung will launch the latest model of its galaxy smartphone tonight in new york at 7:30 p.m. eastern. the hype is growing for the galaxy 4 with reports suggesting an eye-controlled screen. apple isn't taking the samsung launch lying down. it's believed rival devices are inferior to the iphone. joining us now, david garrity from new york. david, we're just, wa, a little more than 12 hours away from samsung's launch tonight. do they have to come out with this i controlled
earthquakes but detects the -- but detects the very pulls of energy when there -- very pulses of energy when there is a rupture. >>> there's some fog for you to deal with. look at that. that's a live picture. here comes the sun after more warm weather ahead for you. mark tamayo will tell us if we'll break any records. >>> also, a battle over b.a.r.t. the project riders would like to see on the fastrack. >>> westbound 237, we have slow traffic getting over to zanker road. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay weather. please. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the new hazelnut macchiato from starbucks. crafted by hand & heart. >>> p:23. godaddy is hiring and they are looking for talent right here in the bay area. the arizona-based company was part of a tech job fair at uc berkeley yesterday. a representative from godaddy said she traveled 700 miles to be there. last month, a company opened a new silicon valley office and are planning to double the size of the south bay work force in the coming months. >> we're hiring in sunnyvale, denver, we're hiring in arizona, which is
is not interested in remembering what's going on. the brain is interested in survival. and so, all our energies, our focus on self-protection. >> by analyzing the data presented to me, it confirmed that my suspicion was likely, that suffered from post traumatic stress disorder. >> reporter: of course not prosecution has not had the opportunity to cross examine this expert witness. >> harris: so, adam, 18 days we saw her on the stand. what do experts say whether her marathon testimony either helped or hurt her case? >> well, first of all, people -- if you talk to anybody who is a court observer or a lawyer, they say that having a defendant on the stand is kind of unique in a lot of ways, anyway, but for that long 18 days, extremely unique and add in that arizona jurors are allowed to asker had questions. a lot of people do not believe it went well for her. a lot of the questions continually were suspect of her details, of her member rischi-- memory and what she can claimed. and when she said she climbed up shelves to get the gun he supposedly owned. and knows when you put 120 pounds on the end of th
of italian energy giant pala scleroni told us he's not concerned about weakness in europe because he's turning his attention to china. this after the company announced a deal to sell 20% of its stake in the mozambique gas field with cnpc. i asked him why now. >> we want to give value to this huge discovery in mozambique. the best way to give value is to involved in the project in natural biogas and cnpc is the most natural biogas in that part of world. >> that makes a certain amount of sense. a lot of people have looked at your global strategy and said you're early and aggressive when it comes to, for example, africa. so what about at home in italy, how weak is the market there and how much of a problem is that for your business? >> it is not a big problem because 90% of our -- are outside of europe, not only are we certainly our italian and european businesses have been suffering through 2012. but i'm expecting some near 2013 to see a new recovery of the euro. >> a new recovery. it's a tough road ahead for italy, but we'll look at that later. plus, is boeing close to waking up from
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